A couple of nights ago, my wife and I were in the mood for a bit of gambling but we did not want to go the usual large and busy casinos in Costa Rica.
I personally wastired of going to these large casinos like the Fiesta and the Colonial where the service is lacking and to be honest, where they treat you like walking ATM machines instead of a client.
So I asked some of my friends who are avid gamblers to suggest a few casinos and several of them told me to go to the Resort Martino Casino in Alajuela, Costa Rica.
Your family is hungry and you do not feel like cooking or leaving your house. What do you do? You simply call your favorite restaurant’s delivery service in Costa Rica, place your order and wait about 30 minutes for the food to arrive at your home.
In theory, this is a great service but sometimes it is not a very good experience. There is nothing more unpleasant than waiting for 30 minutes for your food to arrive and when it does, finding out that they delivered the wrong order.
This is why I decided to make a review of delivery service of three fast food restaurants in Costa Rica.
About 2 weeks ago my infant son passed away at the hospital. I will not go into details as I am still in pain for the loss. Even though he was just a baby when he passed away, his loss is still painful to me and my family.
I am writing this story for two reasons. The first is that it is helping me cope with the loss and the second reason is because as an American living in Costa Rica, I hope that my story will help any other expat understand the process for a burial in Costa Rica.
Much to my sadness, this is my first bad review of a restaurant in Costa Rica. Perhaps not a bad review but a review that is not stellar.
I have often seen the sign for this restaurant that offers local Costa Rican food and decided that I would try it out and do a review for Mr. Maiz in Costa Rica.
I received a review copy of Thomas Ray O'Brien's “Clueless Clyde in Costa Rica” and dove in, not quite knowing what to expect. I was afraid it would be some sort of sleazy account of the joys of sex tourism.
Not to worry, my fears were unfounded. Unlike many other books dealing with this subject, there's no macho chest thumping here. Yes, there's a goodly amount of “sexual situations,” as the cliché goes.
But the “sexual situations” are only one part of Clyde's effort to deal with his loneliness and male menopause by traveling to Costa Rica to see if there was some sort of answer in the arms of a paid companions... okay, prostitutes.
Last week-end I was sitting at a bar and pizzeria in Guadalupe talking with a few friends. One of us asked if there was an English ‘’Daily deal page’’ in Costa Rica.
All of us knew only a couple of those sites in Costa Rica, in Spanish. So I got on my tablet and search for one. And I found this new English Daily deal page in Costa Rica at www.holaofertas.com.
With a very nice presentation, 7 languages to choose from, everyone wanted to see it!
Last week my wife and I were in the mood for a pizza. Not the typical fast food pizza but a unique pizza from local pizzerias.
This is when a friend of ours who lives in Guadalupe, Costa Rica told us about this new pizza restaurant in Guadalupe called, “Bar y Pizzeria Jacaranda.
Located at the intersection of La Robert de Guadalupe and Alto de Guadalupe, this new and little known pizzeria is offers some of the best pizza in Costa Rica at unbelievable prices.